The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 24, 1952
Page 5
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1052 BT/\rTHEVTU,E (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS PAGE FIVl Twister Damage at Dierks— Three homes once stood in this area on the southwest edye of Ma ''' e F ° rU ' r ad " ll " ister " rst " ld «»''cc station whlcli survived the blow. The final photo show, » Arkansas News Briefs— Tornado Was Hot Only Cause Of Death in State Last Week By The As5oct:iti*il Press Seventeen persons died violently in Ark ft us ELS this week in addition to the 131 killed In "tornado alley." An Infant and an adult perished and three other persons iulfered severe burns Suiui'tl^y when, fire destroyed a farm home near Lepanto. Herbert (Shorty) Irvin. 30, and n-moiHhs-old *Ruse Lee Baker, L daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Baker, are dead. The fire — at the T-Baker home — was raid to have started when fuel oil exploded-. MacArthur Speaks Nostalgically of Youth In Little Rock Visit Convicted Rapist freed from Penitentiary LITTLE ROCK— John Bailey, sentenced to life imprisonment lor rap«, had been released irom the Arkansas Penitentiary after serving les« thmn three years of his sentence. Presumably Bailey was released under a furlough granted by Gov. McMath. Both the governor and state Parole Officer W. P. Ball declined to discuss the case. Bailer entered the penitentiary April 13, 1940, after the Arkansas •upreme Court upheld his life sentence. He was convicted In Pulaskl Circuit Court for repented attacks against a 20-year-old North Little Rock woman Aug. 4, 1948. He has a criminal record dating back to 1»4O »nd including three other sex charges. Pulaskt Prosecutor Torn Downie said he understood that Bailey's wil« had divorced him and remarried without making arrangements to c*rt for their three children. He said he thought. Bailey was re;' 1«MC<1 to arrange for the care of his children. C*f»W«ii Democrat Warns oi Future for Party ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.—The Arkansas Democratic national com^ mUteeman was warned that unless the Democratic Party abandons its l^pres«nt policies it will be defeated at the polls. Dr. R. B. Robins of Camden said in a statement: "I am a practical politician as well aa a practical physician. I don't Mk« to low. Being a 'life-longhand confirmed Democrat, i hate to »y this but my party will lose elections and lose Us roll in American political life if it continues to fling socialism in the faces of million* of Americans who have plainly and emphatically said they want no part ot It." Dr. Roblrui !• here to attend a meeting of the Congress of rieJe- \ ot th« American Academy of General Practice. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. MV- Gen. ouglas MacArlhxir ducked political talk and spoke nostalgically of rec;ipturiiJK his youth, of [frati- uule and doubt during a five-hour visit yesterday to this city of his birth. The entire theme of his colorful trip, during which he was cheered by approximately 25.000 persons, centered on "I'm glad to tie home again." The general did not, by word of action, touch upon his politically tinged speech Saturday at Jackson. Miss., where he said the national administration "is preparing us for war In Europe." He said the country charged, unpre pared into the Korean War and pictured the administration and its policies as a path lo the ruin of the country, 25,000 Line Koule An eaiimaled 25,000 people lined the general's route during the visit here. The MacArthur party—including his wife Jean and their 13-yenr- oid son Arthur—flew in yesterday morning Irom Mississippi. They . went directly to Christ Episcopal Church, where the 72- year-old general was christened In 1800. Actually, it was another building, but the site was trie same. His father, Capt. Arthur MacArthur, was stationed here in 1880 when the general wns born. ROSB Garden Dedicated Afler greeting the crowd lining the walk outside the church, the MacArthurs were taken to MacArthur park, where (lie general inspected his birthplace, dedicated a rose garden and addressed a crowd of some 9,000. In his speech, he sold he had drawn inspiration during many lonely and difficult moments ot doubt from the unfailing confidence and support "you have given me throughout the years of my absence in tile service of our country." He Feels Young He said that "as I look around this sea of glowing, youthful faces. I repeat I am glad to be back and glad to feel so young again." Returning to New York, the MacArlhur plane developed mechanical trouble shortly after leaving Knuxvillc, Tenn., and was forced lo return to that city. It look olf again late last niglil." Protest Using Monks for Trips LONDON <(P;—The Royal Society lor Prevention of Ciueltv to Animals said today It is Immoral lo send monkeys on a rocket journey into space. Assailing recent American rocket tests at White Sands, N.M.. using mice and monkeys as passengers, the society asked "where are these experiments leading us?" Cotton Belt Agent To Attend Annual Meet G. L. Sinylhe, general agent of the St. Louis-Southwestern (Cotton Beitl Railway Lines here, will attend the annual meeting of the railroads solicitation forces In St. Louis March 31 and April I. Following the meeting, a special train will take the agents on a four-day trip over the railroad. Mr. Sniythe will leave March 29 and return In about a week. Arkansas Woman Joins 'Oldsters' On 'Wild' Reunion of Four Days FACES QUIZ — Former Internal Revenue Commissioner Joseph D, Nunan, Jr., will be called to leslify publicly by House tax scandal investigators., the government's chief lax collector from 1944 to mid- 1047, recently lias been quizzed in closed session. "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved In 3 out ot 4 ca»»» in doctors' t*s»»l •Chances are you're putting up — unnecessarily— with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation! For, in actual tests by doctors, Lydia Piukham's Compound brought com- plcte or striking relief from snch distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases! LydlaPlnkham'a Is modern in. itsaciionl So get Lydla. E, PLnkham's Vegetable Corn pound—or new, improved TnbleU , with added Iron. See If—taken through ! the month—It doesn't give teLlel from those backaches, jitters—help you feet belter before and during your perlodl Or—If you suffer from functional "hot flRsliei" of "change of life," find out hou \derful Pinkham'i It /or that, tool It fct? » qaleting effect OB uterine enotr»ellanstK»i oCtta e»uM menttlrukl p«j«E The Tule cypress of Santn del Tiile. southern Mexico, Is claimed to be the highest and oldest, tree U the world. ILs girth Is about 112 feet HI about live feet above the ground. OKLAHOMA CITY fj'i -A «rOup of well-to-do women from six states' left ihcir husbands home nnd i tr(w;:od to Okifllu)»ia City for whutj they hojie \vi\\ he a wilt! four-day reunion. The vi'ometi, most of wlioin me niiidmothers, were clussmaies nt Slinttiu-k lifKl) school In 1013. They, plan to turn back the clock nnd 1 do exactly what high sellouts-girls [ usually do when they j;et together.' One of the women giggled happi- ly, "I think ft pillow fijjhf would be fun. I don't cave U I am almost 60 nnd a great mint." They plan slumber par tic.*, short trips, nnd anything else to relive the da>'K of their youth. Since they wore together back In SUatluek four of them have married millionftlr/'S. and one Is a banker. "Frankly," one conf idcrij "we're nil loaded now." In the yioup arc Mrs. J. L. Stuart Sr., Mrs, John Burca/er, and Miss Gulpel, all of shaUuck; Mrt. Merle Mentaer of Pawnee; Mrs. O. B. Kerr, Los Angeles; Mrs. G. G. Boney and Mrs. W. Lehmer Dunn, AmnrLUo; Mrs. Bert Clifton, Wichita, Kan.; Mrs. H. I,. Boyd, TJI Junta, Goto.; and Mrs. John D. Mc- IJon^td, McGciieo, Ark. Enlistees Sought For WAC, WAF Applicants for enlistment In WAC nnd WAF medical services are be- lnn sought to fill needs in numerous assignments In those brandies, according to M-Sgt. c. R. narton. lit charge of the Army-Air Force Recruiting Station in City Hall here. WAC's and WAF's are needed in both officer and enlisted grades for duty In x-ray laboratories, hospital wards, opentling rooms, dental offices, psychiatric wards nnd physical therapy, lie said. Overseas assignments arc avail- nule In England. Japan, oklunwa, Germany. Austria, at SHAPE headquarters In Paris and at Caribbean • bases. WAC's and WAF's must be [between the age of 18 and 34 and 1 i be high school graduates, ' SdferCough Relief FOR CHILDREN For coughs and bronchitis ilue lei cuMs you can now gelCrconnilsion specially prepared for Children in a iww pink and blue package and he SIITCL (1) Your child will like il. (2) It contains only safe, proven ingredients. (3) It contains no natcolics (o disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aiil nature lo soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed ihroat and bronchial membranes, ihui relieving Ilie conyli nnd promoting rest and sleep. Ask tor Crcomulslon for Children in the pink and blue pacltnfce, CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN itlltici Coujhi, Chut Ct!*, iiuft ItmMHi Pile Ointment Free Sl.OOJube Noted Clinic. Makes .Most Unusual Offer to Any Afflicted Person—No Coupon— No Charge In order to introduce to nnyon* who Is afflicted with Piles (Hemorrhoids) or nny similar rectal condition, the Thornton Minor Clitiic will send free on request, without payment or obligation, t full-size SI.00 tube of Thornton Minor Pile Ointment—free and post- ngc paid. Please send your full nam« mid address, age, and tell ui how long you have been troubled—and whether or not you have been or nre now using an ointment or sup- iwsitory of any kind. This offer !• limited and may be withdrawn at any time, so we suggest you writ* at once. Address Thornton Minor Clinic, 911-C Linwood Blvd., Kansaj City 3, Mo., and be sure to include all the Information asked Jor above. No risk, no bill or charge of any kind. AfLLI STARTS TOMORROW Fc ci^u ivi irg f '. '• '- ' '•' • - APERITIF— Despile the hustle and bustle ot the Paris Agricultur Fair, les pstites cochons, (piglets), take time out for "le re?r<" ment." 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